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L PASO HEBAL
Friday, January 17, 1913
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P. A. it told in the toppy S cent red bag, tidy 10 cent red tin
and handiome pound and half-pound humidort everywhere.
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winston-Salem,
MUST LIST STOCK
All Corporations to Be Re
quired, to Do This May
Santa Fe. N. iL, Jan. 17. Chief in
Interest in the New Mexico state legis
lature was the (introduction of a meas
ure today by senator B. F. lankey com
pelling' all owners of stocks to list them
with the state auditor for taxation. It
is said some such a measure will pass
both branches at this sessions.
Mr. Pankey also introduced a measure
to abolish the office of county assessor
and. create a state board of assessors of
12 members named by the governor,
who would assess all properties.
Fight Opens on Fall.
The first step looking toward the
election of a United States senator at
this session of the legislature, to fill a
vacancy caused by the expiration on
March 3, of the first term of senator1
Albert B. Fall, was taken yesterday
afternoon when representative John
Baron Burg introduced a joint resolu
tion in the house, calling on the house
and senate to meet In joint session
on 'Tuesday, Jan. 21, and proceed to
ballot for a senator. The resolution
was referred to the committee on
judiciary, after a sharp colloquy be
tween representative Burjr and sneaker
Baca, the latter holding the resolution '
involvea a point or law as to whether
the second Tuesday meant by the
federal statutes was Jan. 21 or Jan. 28.
To Tux CoaJ.
Among the bills introduced yester
day in the two houses, was a measure
of representative J. G. Clancey, imposing
a tax of five cents per ton on the out
put of all coal mines in the state, such
tax to date from the organization of
the state government, a, year ago.
CUT. RAODL DIES AT ATLANTIC
Atlanta, Gtu, Jan. 17. Capt. "W. G.
Raoul. aged 70, widely known through
out the south, died at his home here
today after several months' illness.
Capt. Raoul had held the presidency
of the Central of Georgia, Mexico Na
tional and Atlanta, Birmingham & At
lantic railroads. He leaves a widow
and 10 children.
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Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is pleas
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Hotel Paso del Norte.
The dining room and grill of sHotel
Paso del Norte is open until midnight.
Meals served a la carte. Excellent ser
vice. Uttc Domestic Coke.
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A good many people have been handing themselves a lemon in the
WANT TO SEND BABY
BY PARCELS POST
Washington, D. C Jan. 17. The
I mailine- of babies bv narcels nosr is a
real infant industry which postmaster
general Hitchcock is asked to foster,
as 3. letter which he has received pre
sents to him a mail problem with
which he is quite unfamiliar. To add
to his embarrassment, the letter con
tains a note of genuine pathos which
appeals strongly to the postmaster
general. This is the letter, just as it
was phrased and punctuated:
"Fort McPherson. Ga.
"Postmaster General, Washington, D. C:
"Sir Jf have been corresponding with
a party in Pav about getting a baby to
rais (our home being without One).
May I ask, you what specific relations
to use in wrapping so It (baby) would
comply with regulations and be al
lowed shipment by parcels post, as the
express co are to rough in handling
As babies, in the opinion of the post
master general, do not fall within the
category of bees and bugs the only
live things that may be transported by
mail, he is apprehensive he may not
be of assistance to his correspondent.
BELIEVE 10 PASSESCERS ON
.WRECKED SHIP PERISHED
Vigo. Spain, Jan. 17. The British
steamer Veronese, with 139 passen
gers or board was wrecked off Ielx
coa, the 'tport of Oporto. Eighty
four of the passengers were saved by
life Hnes from shore, but it is reported
that 16 -were thrown out of the basket
The stranded steamer could not be
reached by boats, but finally the life
savers managed to get their lines
The Veronese was bound from Glas
gow to Brazil and thence to New York.
She is owned by the Lamport & Holt
WITNESSES CANNOT PAY
EXPENSES ON 81.50 A DAY
New York, Jan. 17. Many govern
ment witnesses from California in the
Wisner oil and mining stpek trial, who
had complained to the court that their
allowances of $1.50 a day each wsre
not sufficient to pay their expenses in
New York, were excused. Counsel for
both sides agreed to a stipulation that
these witnesses would have given tes
timony to show that they had pur
chased mining and oil stocks of A. L.
Wiener t& company upon representa
tions that they were of great value.
MOTHER AND DAUGHTER KILLED;
HUSBAND AND SON ON ENGINE
Ottawa, 111. Jan. 17. Mrs. William
-. Ijtsef and her daughter. Myrtle
Urieyes, were instantly killed in the
yards of the Chicago, Burlington &
yulncy railroad here by a switch en
?e. ..n,a"neu by her husband and
Christie Grieves, her son by a former
T,e Pen had gone to the yards
to meet their relatives.
FALLING WALL' CRUSHES
SIX ITALIAN LABORERS
rfjyi5efr' an- Jan- 17. Fire today
!Z27 a !?e-story "rick block in
?&?? "' 0A,brta- wth a loss of
tm.00- v. Six ltalin laborers were
!2LnLiWJ,en ,wall the building
crushed a small rooming house where
they were sleeping.
Use Domestic Coke.
Southwestern Fuel Co.
cut out by a
and get that
a new lease
BOND IS EEADY FOR
TVEITMOE TO SIGN
Wife of ConIcted Dynamite Conspira
tor Is Surely for $70,000, the .Larg
est Bond Offered.
San Francisco, Calif, Jan. 17. Cler-
Ur ?J- V r rw.S,ri. 1
the bonus of Olaf A. Tveltmoe, secre- t
tary of the California Building Trades
council, one of the dynamite conspira
tors, imprisoned at Leavenworth, ivas.
. The United States commissioners of
fice here, which approved the bonds
yesterday, thought they would prob
ably be forwarded to Leavenworth for
Tveltmoe's signature, thence to Indian
apolis, for judge Anderson's approval,
Tveltmoe's bail, pending a review of
the case, was set at $60,000, for which
bonds in twice that sum were re
quired. His wife furnished $70,000, the
largest bond offered.
Motrin's Bond Not Perfected.
St. Louis, Mo., Jan. 17. The St. Louis
labor leaders who recently announced
that they had arranged bail ,for P. J.
Morrin, one of the alleged dynamite
conspirators, learned today that the
securities they had obtained were not
vsufficient. An effort also has been
made here to secure bail for J. H.
Barry, another of the conspirators. The
government requires that every man
who signs the bond must be able to
pay the entire bond in case it is for
feited. Benm, Is Released.
Leavenworth. Kas., Jan. 17. Charles
N. Beum, of Minneapolis, under sen
tence of three years for conspiracy in
the dynamite case, was released on
bond from the federal prison at Fort
Leavenworth this afternoon.
AUTO BANDIT CONFESSES
HE SHOT CHICAGO POLICEMAN
Chicago. 111., Jan. 17. The confes
sion of James A, Perry that he shot
policeman Stlcken and Sharles Sher
man, a restaurant keeper, and partici
pated in more than 20 robberies, has
convinced the police that at last they
have one of the leaders of the auto
mobile bandits in custody. Perry was
captured in a South Side flat with
another man, who. Perry said, was
Robert Webb, a paroled convict from
Stlcken was shot as he was at
tempting to take the bandits, who had
robbed a jewelry store, to the station
house. Sherman stood off the bandits
with a bread knife when they attempt
ed to rob his restaurant, and was shot
as the robbers fled.
COLORADO SENATE FAVORS
PEOPLE ELECTING SENATORS
Denver, Colo. Jan. 17. The Colorado
senate today adopted a resolution ap
proving the proposed amendment to the
federal constitution providing for direct
election of United States senators.
Action by the house is expected Mon
day. The claims of J. C. Nixon, Progressive
candidate for lieutenant governor at
the last election, as to his rlsht to that
office will be heard by a joint session
of the assembly January 22.
The house passed on second reading
a state constitutional amendment mak
ing mills and smelters quasi-public in
stitutions and subject to state control.
This is practically the same amendment
that was defeated by about 3000 at the
TWO KILLED IN ALTO "WRECK.
St. Louis, Mo., Jon. 17. Russell F.
Davie, of Cleveland, assistant secretory
to Mrs. Helene Britton, owner of the
St. Louis National leagut baseball club,
and Wm. H. Walters, president of a
novelty company, were killed in an au
tomobile accident here today.
SEARCH ItOCKIKS FOR RADIUM.
Washington, D. C., Jan. 17. Appar
ently convinced that the Rocky moun
tains constitute a storehouse lor ra
the most precious of all metals.
1'nitcd States bureau of mines pur-
to Inerr lo its force of radium
xrs in that section of thi country.
Phoenix, Ariz., Jan. 17. After thfj
most successful session in the history
"of the American National Livestock
ssociation, the 500 delegates who at
tended the sixteenth annual convention
of that organization are, leaving
Phoenix by every train.
President Jastro in appointing the
executive committee, named the fol
lowing among others, including J. H.
Nations, of El Paso:
Arizona Charles P. Mullen, Hugh
Campbell, L. L. Harmon, James A,"
Johnson, M. A. Perkins, F. A. Coalter,
W. H. Neel.
New Mexico H. W. Adams. W. xL
Jack, George W. Baker, C. "W. Mer
chant, W. C. McDonald, George H.
Webster, J. H. Cureton.
TexasJames Callan, John Lander
gin, Ed. C. Lasater, J. H. Nations, J.
H. Parramore, Julian M. Bassett, W.
D. Reynolds. S. B. Burnett. A. B. Rob-
J ertson, Al Popham.
Forest Service upheld.
A highly important report was sub
mitted to the convention by the com
mittee on forest reserves and grazing
lands and adopted as read. It declared
that the administration of the national
forests by the government had proved
to be of great advantage to the stock
industry and that there seemed to be
nq foundation for xecent charges made
against the forest service. "These
charges," asserted the report, "seem
to have been made- up out of whole
Probably the most important recom
mendation of the report was that the
forest service permit stockmen to form
associations and assess themselves to
pay for drift fences, pipe lines and
other improvements on forests. The
Lever leasing bill was approved "with
an amendment to conserve the inter
ests of persons who have used areas
of grazing land two years or more.
This amendmnt was agreed upon by a
joint committee from the Arizona Cat
tle Growers' association and Arizona
Wool Growers' association and later
approved by the executive board.
Last night, after the close of the
convention, more than 300 delegates
gathered in the Adams hotel to enjoy
a most excellent dinner, hear soine
good music and listen to a series of
exceedingly menj opectoca.
"Arizona and Texni."
One of the features of the banquet
was the replj of Sam Cowan, of Fort
Worth, to Mulford Winsor, of Yunia,
Arizona, a member of the state lanl
commission. Mr. Winsor talked on
"The Resources of Arizona." Flowers
blossomed along the highways and by
ways of Wlnsor's sonorous verbiage.
He reviewed briefly the various indus
tries that contribute to the wealth of
Arizona and declared that the resources
now developed are only a minute frac
tion of those lying dormant.
It chanced that Mr. Cowan was next
on the program. His talk was mainiy
a reply to Winsor, and what he did to
the Arizona orator was sufficient. He
told some things . about Texas that
caused some of his hearers to suspc-t
that he was exaggerating. "If Winsor
spoke the truth," said Cowan, "sena
tors Henry Ashurst and Mark Smith
should be recalled, for they don't Know
what Arizona has." The address was a
clever piece of chaffing that kept
everyone, even Winsor himself, laugh
ing. Heard as Toaxtmnnter.
Charles P. Mullen, president of ho
Arizona Cattle Growers' association.
Introduced Dwight B. Heard, who had
just been reelected vice president of
the national association, as toast
master of the evening. A group over
In the corner began "For He's a Jolly
Good Fellow," and there was a storm
of applause lasting several minutes.
Governor George Hunt, who respond
ed to the toast of "Arizona," was in
troduced as "an old Arizona cowboy."
The governor paid a high tribute to
"The cowpuncher is progressive,"
said the governor, "but sometimes he
gets eaught. Those that get caught
here in Arizona make the very best
,.,, n,,,.-- -- h.r. wi n his
road builders we have" -a twit on his
convict grading camps.
President Jastro spoke on "The
American National." He urged all
stockmen to fight hard for the legis
lation they desire for the upbuilding
of their Industry. "If you in Arizona
have anything you want to ask of your
legislature, don't ask it demand It,"
J. Fred Cleaveland, of Phoenix, re
sponded to the toast of "Our Guests."
Charles B. Rhodes, of Colorado, paid a
tribute to the women. He told funny
stories, scintillated epigrams and kept
his audience on the vecge of apoplexy.
W. P. Geary, chairman of the Ari
zona corporation commission, talked
on the livestock rate question.
John W. Springer, of Denver, spoke
on the subject of "mavericks."
J. H. Parramore. of Abilene, Texas,
who had so delighted the delegates in
the convention with his native Texas
wit. made one of his characteristic
little speeches. Attorney general
George Purdy Bullard. of Arizona,
closed i the program with an address
on "Livestock and the Law."
Between ' the numbers there were
songs by a quartet composed of Tom
Trent. Maitland Davies, Winsor Day
and John Armstrong.
Excursion and Barbecue. ,
Early this morning an automobile
trip to Granite Reef began. Granite
Reef is 25 miles east of Mesa and a
big concrete weir dam was built there
to divert the water from Salt river
into the canals on the north and south
sides of that stream.
No less than 130 automobiles were
donated by the citizens of Phoenix for
the trip. In each one some person who
explained the valley was included.
For three or four days a corps of
experts had been on the ground bar
becuing a dozen beeves. Most of the
Arizona cattlemen turned waiters and
served their guests, not only with the
barbecued meat, but with other viands.
Strike Threatened at Boston.
Boston, Mass., Jan. 17. The garment
workers of Boston drew up demands
at a meting last night which will be
presented to the manufacturers with
the ultimatum that unless they are
granted the 12.000 workers in the trade
here will strike. The garment workers
ask a 60 hour working week, a slight
increase in wages and better working
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by simply cleansing and soothing the irritated mucous membranes. But
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as soon as the local treatment is leftoif, the trouoie returns witn ail its an
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the trouble. Under the purifying effects of S. S. S., the inflamed mem
branes are healed by rich, pure blood which is carried to these parts, the
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the food in a jiffy and sweetens and
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V. S. TO KEEP EVIDENCE
IX DYNAMITE CASES
Washington. D. C, Jan. 17. At a
conference between attorney general
"Wlckersham and Charles W. ajillpr.
United States attorney at Indianapolis,
who conducted the "dynamite con-
SpirttCJ llltll, 11 vas ixc.uc tut.,, mo .
government will held the evidence col- I
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ward it to state authorities for such
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undertake under state laws, unless a
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